The 2019 CFL playoff field is set in stone following a wild final day of the regular season.
Out west, the Calgary Stampeders will host the Winnipeg Blue Bombers at McMahon Stadium in the West semifinal next Sunday at 4:30 p.m. ET. The Stamps clinched the home date thanks to a 21-16 win over the BC Lions late Saturday night.
The Bombers won the three-game season series with the Stampeders, including a comeback victory in Week 20. But they dropped their only visit to Calgary.
The winner of the Stamps-Bombers contest will travel to Mosaic Stadium for a date with the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the West Division final. Saskatchewan grabbed the bye week and the division title by beating the Edmonton Eskimos 23-13 on Saturday.
It's the first time Saskatchewan will host the West final since 2009. Counting this season, the Riders have only hosted the game five times in the last 50 years - but each of the last four West finals contested in Regina were won by Saskatchewan.
Week 21 decided nothing in the East Division, where all three playoff spots were settled weeks ago. The Eskimos will cross over and visit the Montreal Alouettes in next Sunday's East semifinal at 1 p.m. ET, with the winner moving on to face the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
The Ticats beat the Toronto Argonauts Saturday to end the regular season with a franchise-best 15-3 record. They're also unbeaten at Tim Hortons Field, which will play host to the East final in two weeks.
The 107th Grey Cup will be played in Calgary on Nov. 24.